It's that time of year again...my Amaryllis is blooming! These bulbs came straight from my mom's garden and now I enjoy my own each spring!
I took this pic looking up at the bald cypress tree that was just starting to leaf out. This was just a few days ago and now it's almost full!
The bottle brush is starting another bloom cycle too. I postponed planting my Rudbeckia seeds the other day because we're still having some cool mornings, but I think I want to plant them front and center between the two bottle brush trees...
I forget what these pretty orange blooming things are called, but they go on and on all summer long.
If you look closely to the left of the blue plumbago in the pic below, you can see one of the Turk's Caps I planted last fall. I'm curious to see how they'll do this summer. I planted three of them and some already have several blooms.
The Loropetalum (Razzleberry bush) is still a nice burgundy color, but it'll change to green when it heats up.